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 == Ama == == Ama ==
 +''''​Ama''''​ is a general term for [[toxin]]s within the body produced by poor [[metabolism]]. Bad [[food combining]] can be one of the factors.[[ayurvedic_cooking_for_self_healing]],​ 1997: p. 239
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 +[[ama]]: [[toxin]], resulting from [[weak digestion]] or poor [[agni]].
  
 [[Ama]] means [[undigested]],​ [[unprocessed]] and not utilized [[food]] [[particle]]s,​ which create [[metabolic waste]]s that [[circulate]] in [[rasa dhatu]] ([[plasma]]). [[Ama]] also creates [[wrong]] kinds of [[craving]]s that should not be satisfied. [[Ama]] means [[undigested]],​ [[unprocessed]] and not utilized [[food]] [[particle]]s,​ which create [[metabolic waste]]s that [[circulate]] in [[rasa dhatu]] ([[plasma]]). [[Ama]] also creates [[wrong]] kinds of [[craving]]s that should not be satisfied.
  
-See also [[Category Ama]] +See also [[Category Ama]], See also [[amashaya]] or [[stomach]].
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-''''​Ama''''​ is a general term for [[toxin]]s within the body produced by poor [[metabolism]]. Bad [[food combining]] can be one of the factors.[[ayurvedic_cooking_for_self_healing]], 1997: p. 239 +
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-See also [[amashaya]] or [[stomach]].+
  
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